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Oct 2, 2012 9:30am PDT
not if they oppose nuclear energy. she is comfortable talking here on her farm in the middle of the woods. tatyana has thyroid cancer. there has been a marked increase in the disease since chernobyl. she was a vocal opponent of the new plant until she was arrested under flimsy pretenses. she spent five days in jail and was denied her cancer medication. it was a warning. now she is more careful. >> they have tapped my phone, so i do not use it anymore. i am not sure if i am being followed. i have not spotted them yet. i know they know me and can lash out anytime they want. no more threats are needed. >> tatyana says president lukashenko is assessed with the idea of having his own nuclear plant. it is also in russia's interest to build it as soon as possible. >> the world has been turning away from nuclear energy. clients for russia's nuclear exports are dwindling. our leaders -- our leader's manic desire to own a nuclear plant makes us an ideal match. we are a testing site for a reactor that has never been built anywhere else. >> the next day, we manage to get a meeting at the construction site. tw
Oct 30, 2012 9:30am PDT
against it and monument protection laws. tatyana manage to stop it, but the new critics of the system around hospitable republic have no illusions. >> i would be the only delegate who understands anything about legislation. writing laws is not something for singers, football players, or boxers. attorneys and economics experts belong in parliament, and not the lackeys of one oligarch or another. >> new critics of the regime are unlikely to be elected. the activists of the hospitable republic are even afraid the state will exert massive pressure on them. >> we are very worried that they will come after us after the elections, especially if the incumbent party wins. we know very well that there are close ties between people who want to invest in the old market building and many members of the government. >> and hospitable republic wants to continue following that trail to uncover all the ties. they know that there can be no new beginning for ukraine until a new generation of politicians emerges. >> bovine tuberculosis is a disease that can be passed on from cattle to humans. while the eu
Oct 6, 2012 2:30pm PDT
the way of the dinosaur when cds and then mp3s were invented. with "speak of the week," i'm tatyana. >> in some schools, you won't see students carrying textbooks or notebooks or even pens and pencils. instead, you'll see ipads. students are using them for all sorts of subjects. teachers say that test scores have gone up, and the students like the lighter backpack. >> to mark our 10th year on tv, each week, we take a look back at one of the stories we've covered. >> he's frozen himself in a block of ice and buried himself alive. now magician david blaine has risen to his greatest stunt yet. and he might be feeling a little boxed in. on september 5th, david blaine entered this box that is now hanging by the tower bridge in london. he says he'll stay there for 44 days. sound easy? well, he's living there with no food -- just water, a blanket, and his journal. >> he's not doing anything, right? i mean, he's just sitting there. >> other than hunger, blaine is dealing with extreme heat, rain, and some people who think this stunt is foolish. >> i think this is the worst country to do it i
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